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The journey of being pregnant and bringing children into the world is a challenging one. Imagine the challenges of parenting with a disability when you’re in a wheelchair and on your own.
This week on First Time Mum’s Chat I’m speaking with transformational and empowerment mindset coach Shanice Green who has brought up two amazing children whilst being wheelchair bound and with neurological conditions.
You’ll hear Shanice talk about the challenges of parenting with a disability and:-
- Her unique experiences as a mom and the challenges of parenting with a disability and the importance of parenting your way and learning to adapt to your unique environment and needs.
- Why you must believe in yourself, learning not to take on board other people’s judgments and not allow them to disempower you.
- How you can encourage and condition your little ones from an early age to develop a level of independence.
And much more…
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About Shanice Green
Shanice Green is an inspiration, CEO, transformational and empowerment coach and most importantly a mummy!! Shanice knows how frustrating life can be with obstacles and blockages but she wants to help you transform your life and move the obstacles in your path.
Her goal and intention in life while on this earth is to show her children that life does have obstacles and we all have things in our lives that we find a challenge more than others but you can do anything you put your mind to. You may just have to tweak it. Shanice tweaked her life purpose but never gave up and got on a different path.
She wanted to be a nurse as a child then ended up in a wheelchair so tweaked her intention a little and decided on wanting to become a doctor. However Shanice had children and her health declined so she tweaked for the last time and today is a life coach working from the comfort of her own home so can listen to her body and rest when needed!
We are all enough, no one is perfect but we are all perfectly ourselves!